Blink Integral Blinds just got better. Nathan Barr, Managing Director of the manufacturer ODL Europe, said: “We don’t believe in standing still.”
Developments include improvements to the raise, lower and tilt operation. The operator switch to control the facilities has been redesigned to make it more ergonomic. Similarly, the aluminium guiderail that houses the operator switch has also been improved to make switching between facilities easier, as has the operator stopper resistance. Nathan said: “Using Blink Integral Blinds should be a pleasure every time – these enhancements make controlling the light and privacy in a home a more sophisticated experience.”
The aesthetics of the blinds have also been improved with double valances to hide unwanted joints. Nathan said: “The beauty of Blink Integral Blinds is in their understated elegance. The double valances enhance this.”
The aluminium guiderail is now on the internal side of the operating channel, a move that makes inserting the wedge gasket and beading easier. Nathan said: “We always want to improve the installation process wherever we can. This small change makes a big difference.”
The new Blink Integral Blinds are available in 10 colours, each with matching surround and slats.
The enhancements to the company’s Blink Integral Blinds come hot on the heels of a new online portal that will enable ODL Europe’s customers to price and order Blink Integral Blinds online 24/7.